Martinez, Calif. – Contra Costa District Attorney Diana Becton, members of the Antioch Police Department, Oakley Police Department, and the D.A.’s investigative team met with the family of Alexis Gabe at 3:30 pm today in Martinez.
Last week, Chief Assistant District Attorney Simon O’Connell spoke with Gabe family and invited them to meet with D.A. Becton and members of law enforcement at a future date.
At today’s meeting, information related to Alexis Gabe’s disappearance on January 26, 2022, was recounted – some of which was made public by the Gabe family on August 2, 2022. The timeline of events the Gabes made public led the family to demand that aiding and abetting charges be brought against Jones’s mother, Alicia Coleman Clark.
While the investigation into Alexis Gabe’s disappearance and death is ongoing, to date there is insufficient evidence to establish that Ms. Clark knew Marshall Jones killed Alexis – or that Ms. Clark assisted Jones after the fact. However, if additional evidence surfaces, the DA’s Office would review it for possible criminal prosecution.
After the meeting, D.A. Becton said, “It was a productive meeting. And it was good to have Mr. and Mrs. Gabe, law enforcement, and attorneys in one room so everyone could appreciate the state of the ongoing investigation.”
On June 1st, D.A. Becton filed murder charges against Marshall Jones. However, Jones was shot and killed by police in Washington State when he charged at them with a knife while they attempted to arrest him.
To date, the whereabouts of Alexis Gabe are not known.
The press release failed to mention the family of Alexis Gabe protested in front of the District Attorney’s Office urging the District Attorney to press charges against Alicia Coleman-Clerk–the mother of Alexis Gabe’s killer. They were not satisfied with the actions of the DA’s office and say they have forgot about the case.
- June 5: Seattle Police Release Video of Fatal Shooting of Suspect in Alexis Gabe Case
- June 2: Contra Costa District Attorney’s Statement on the Murder of Alexis Gabe
- June 2: Murder Suspect in the Alexis Gabe Case Killed Following Attack on Law Enforcement Officers
- May 25: Oakley Announces Alexis Gabe Reward Fund Increased to $100,000
- May 16: Oakley Police Say Reward in Alexis Gabe Case Increased to $60k
- May 13: Oakley Police Announce Evidence Recovery in Alexis Gabe Case
- May 13: Oakley Police Confirm Second Search of Home in Connection to Alexis Gabe Case
- April 28: Oakley Police Describe Person of Interest in Alexis Gabe Case
- April 26: Oakley Police to Announce $10k Reward in Alexis Gabe Case
- Feb 16: Oakley Police Say Disappearance of Alexis Gabe Remains Top Priority
- Feb 1: Oakley Police Serve Search Warrant in Alexis Gabe Missing Person Case
- Jan 31: Oakley Police Say Locating Alexis Gabe a Top Priority
- Jan 27: Oakley Police Looking for Missing Adult Female